If you’re bored at home on a lazy Sunday, this is the perfect thing for you!!! No words, just photos (sort of)! Here are some tasty things I’ve eaten recently:
My wonderful and creative friend Krit (he’s awesome, check him out here) has become one of my go-to city eating partners. We are always looking to eat at places with delicious food, but with Krit in particular, places that have a nice ambiance.
My dad, the only person who cares about food more than I do, had been pressuring me to go to Casa Mono & Bar Jamon for the longest time. I finally made it there with my friend CJ at the end of summer and now I would say it’s one of the best restaurants in … More Mi Casa es Casa Mono
Because my stomach gets bigger and my wallet gets smaller. Fried Squid – Serafina – apparently this restaurant was featured on Sex & the City ~*~*~*~*~*~ Heart-shaped Lobster Ravioli – SerafinaPB&J and Pumpkin Macarons. I’ve been waiting for PB&J forever because it’s only around in the Autumn/Winter – Bouchon Bakery Dolsot Bibimbap – Miss Korea BBQ Korean-style Ice Cream – Tous … More Why It’s Probably Best I Don’t Live in NYC
Here’s a little retrospective of my summer in New York as a way to look forward to Fall Break when I go back!!!! (see what I did there? heh…)I am procrastinating. Help.
There are some cities that are known for being “foodie” such as San Francisco, New York, and then the ones that are essentially food capitals of the world, such as France and Japan. However, London had never been considered that. In fact, the UK is known for their very plain and atrocious food. But food … More Art and Food in London
Over the summer, I became obsessed with going to every Jean-Georges restaurant. He’s an incredibly talented chef and business man, and has created a restaurant empire. His restaurants range from ABC Kitchen, a restaurant with ties to an interior design shop, to Perry St., an elegant restaurant with beautiful blends of French, American, and Asian … More Mercer Kitchen, Have Mercy 😉
The title is misleading. By “cope,” I meant the abbreviation for Copenhagen. Heh… My friend who had studied abroad in Copenhagen took me and one other friend to a Danish restaurant for brunch called Aamanns-Copenhagen. They specialize in smørrebrød (don’t make me pronounce that), a traditional Danish dish with various ingredients on top of rye bread. … More How to Cope in NYC
Some goods I’ve enjoyed on weekends throughout the summer: Sicilian Pasta – River Deli (one of my new favorite places in the city) Chicken Pad Thai – Spice Andaman Dumplings – SpiceArepas – Caracas American Gangster – Big Gay Ice Cream (Yes, that is the name of the ice cream store) Bea Arthur – Big Gay Ice CreamFries … More Weekend Eats in the City
Sunday Summer Brunches have finally begun!! I arrived in Manhattan on Saturday night and the first thing I did the next morning besides wake up WAY TOO early was go to brunch with some of dearest homies. Since this is my first summer in the city, I’m not too familiar with a lot of eateries … More Sunday Brunch Reinstated: Northern Spy Food Co.